A former bodyguard who thinks he could be the father of Michael Jackson’s youngest son is to have a DNA test.

Matt Fiddes, 31, plans to to take the paternity test in Los Angeles in two months.

If the test reveals that he is the father of eight-year-old Prince Michael II, otherwise known as Blanket, he will get access to the child.

The martial arts expert may even seek custody when MJ’s 80-year-old mother Katherine is no longer able to look after the boy.

Fiddes, who lives in Devon, says he donated sperm to Jacko nine years ago.

Fiddes also told The Sun that British actor Mark Lester is also planning to take a DNA test as he claims to have fathered the singer’s 12-year-old daughter Paris, after donating sperm in the 1990s.

The two men stepped forward after seeing the children on the Oprah Winfrey Show.

Fiddes told The Sun: “We are going to have DNA tests. It breaks out heart watching the kids on TV.”